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Dandimayo is unlike anywhere else I visited in Gambia, a British owned (to my knowledge) hotel that also doubles as a bar/ restaurant.
Serving an eclectic mix classic dishes from around the globe, they have a wide range of British (pies, sunday roast, grills) as...More
Went for Sunday lunch on friends recommendation, large portion well cooked at good price, however gravy bland watery and tasteless, stuffing ? totally inedible, attend to these points then superb value
So what can I say that I did not before. Stayed here firstly in February for 3 wks. Then May for 2 wks and now nearly finished another 3 wks in November. Food is still of a very high standard. So much for loosing weight....More
I have stayed with Terry and Tracey at both Dandimayo and the hotel they ran before. Great hosts and the place is very relaxed but runs smoothly. Excellent food and cold drinks. The rooms were spacious and very clean so I cant fault the place....More
Two of us visited the bar/restaurant during the day as it had a good reputation. Whilst the food was very good, the atmosphere was terrible. The British owners shouted racist comments, using the N word and other expletives which totally ruined our time there. Despite...More
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Response from Terry M, Owner at DandimayoResponded 21 August 2017
Hi Miriram. So sorry to read this bad review but also I am happy to hear that the food was good and plentiful to my usual standards. As for the behaviour of other patrons in Dandimayo at the time of your visit I'm afraid I...More
Yes. Let Terry/Tracey know your flight details and name. I called their mobile on 00 220 7898321 when we landed and was picked up by 'Lukaku' at airport with name on card and at their resort within 30 mins. Enjoy your stay